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Washing powder

Frangrance your clothes with your favourite perfume
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Nobody wants to smell of Persil or Ariel, especially when they like fine frangrances. This new washing powder combines the cleaning power of your favourite brand with ten of the most popular french fragrances from Chanel, YSL and Gucci. Simply select the washing powder frangrance that matches your regular choice of perfume and every time you open your wardrobe doors, you will be greeted with a wonderful aroma What's more, it's long a lasting frangrance, so even if your perfume has worn off at the end of the day, your clothes will smell beautiful.
Hella, Jul 07 2000


       Does that mean my wife and I will have to wash our clothes separately?
Toss, Jul 07 2000

       Personally, I use fragrance-free detergent instead.
Eeyore, Jul 11 2000

       Another disadvantage is that you can't limit fragrance to "strategic" locations. I don't particularly need or want my socks to smell like cologne.
bookworm, Jul 11 2000

       I don't like smells at all. The best smell is no smell, or something perhaps a bit eggy. Certainly, Gucci might make fine bread, but why would I want my vests ponging of baguettes?   

       Apart from this, I like.
eehen, Jul 12 2000

       Wouldn't it be cheaper just to sprinkle a bit of perfume on your clothes instead of washing them? Isn't that what people did in the old days, before washing machines? In fact, isn't that how perfume was invented---and why, today, we see perfume advertised by models wearing little or no clothing (to indicate that they have minimal, if any, dirty-clothing smell about them)?
Ander, Jul 26 2000


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